You can take your landline with you thanks to the simultaneous ringing function. Incoming calls to your fixed network number ring out simultaneously on your mobile phone.
You can easily activate this function in the Customer Center by entering the mobile phone that should ring simultaneously.
Fixed network call forwarding
|"Fixed network to go" and direct call forwarding (*21)||cannot be activated at the same time|
|"Fixed network to go" and call forwarding when engaged (*67)||can be activated, however not to the same number as "Fixed network to go"|
|"Fixed network to go" and call forwarding when unavailable (*61)||can be activated, however not to the same number as "Fixed network to go"|
Mobile phone call forwarding
If call forwarding is activated for the mobile phone to be used with "Fixed network to go" it will also apply to calls forwarded from the fixed network.
If you have activated the COMBOX on your mobile phone, are unavailable and have activated the ‘Fixed network to go’ function, incoming calls to your fixed network will be forwarded to your mobile COMBOX. If you do not want this to happen, you can activate the ‘Confirm call acceptance’ option. If this option is activated, your fixed network will continue to ring when your mobile is unavailable (no battery, in a tunnel, in flight mode...).
If you do not use the mobile COMBOX, your fixed network will ring normally, including when your mobile is unavailable.
"Fixed network to go" charges
The caller only pays the charges to the number they have dialled. Please note that forwarding fixed network calls to a mobile number is billed as a call from your fixed network to a mobile number.
This service is not available for analogue fixed network telephony and mobile.